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Gremlins with Zach Galligan at the PPC

Thanksgiving is tomorrow, which means that the Christmas season can officially start on Friday. If you’ve been celebrating any earlier, you’re not doing it right. Christmas is a holiday seeped in personal traditions, and one that I’ve begun here in London is seeing… 262 more words

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Why I Love... #82: Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Year: 1990

Director: Joe Dante

Stars: Zack Galligan (Billy Peltzer), Phoebe Cates (Kate Beringer), John Glover (Daniel Clamp), Robert Protsky (Grandpa Fred), Robert Picardo (Forster), Christopher Lee (Doctor Catheter), Haviland Morris (Marla Bloodstone), Dick Miller (Murray Futterman), Howie Mandel (Voice of Gizmo), Tony Randall (Voice of Brain), Frank Welker (Voice of Mohawk) 1,736 more words

Why I Love...

Franchise Killers: Gremlins 2: The New Batch

More often than not, movie franchises end on a low note.  Sometimes one truly awful entry in a series can kill an audience’s appetite for any additional follow-ups.   1,046 more words


Zandalee (1991)

Nicolas Cage has never made a bad film. Not one. That said, let’s take a look at Zandalee.

Directed by Sam Pillsbury, director of a couple of episodes of Joe Dante’s excellent… 1,816 more words

Film Review

London Film and Comic Con Summer 2015 - Friday Preview Day

I was rejected for a press pass for this summer’s London Film and Comic Con. Just putting that out there first thing because I am still full of bitterness. 1,722 more words

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The Chair (Kickstarter) - 'More than your average Horror/Thriller '

Written by Benjamin Gummery

THE CHAIR is a new horror/thriller based on the successful comic book mini-series & graphic novel: adapted for screen by Erin Kohut. 210 more words


"Movies Aren’t Really Made That Way Anymore": The Cast of 'Gremlins' on Nostalgia, 'Gremlins 3,' and the Making of a Cult Classic

The line of ticketholders stretched clear around the corner of 2nd Avenue and 2nd Street on New York’s Lower East Side; it’s not a giant auditorium, the second screen there at the Anthology Film Archives, and Saturday night’s screening of… 883 more words